Casamigos Tequila Prices

Author: Hungover Staff

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ABV: 40%
Price Category: Premium
Origin: United States

We would probably be proud if a celebrity represented the bottle we drink. And no, we’re not talking about celebrities starring in commercials but actually owning the company. This is exactly the case with George Clooney’s Casamigo Tequila.

Brief Background of Casamigos Tequila

Casamigos Tequila

The company was founded in 2013 by George Clooney, Randy Gerber, and Mike Meldman, who are long-time friends. The name was derived from the property co-owned by Clooney and Gerber called “House of Friends,” which can be translated into the Spanish words “Casa” and “amigos” or “casamigos.”

George and Randy were both building their own homes at that time with Mike Meldman as the developer, so they agreed to have a tequila drinking spree. Realizing that they hadn’t tasted the best yet, they both agreed to create their own.

It was said that Clooney and Gerber had spent a couple of years trying to create the perfect tequila and another two years tasting it. Their friends loved the finished product so much that they ended up ordering 1,000 bottles per year from their distillery.

Because of this, the pair were told that they would need a license if they wanted to continue ordering bottles. It is at this point that they decide to launch the brand commercially with the help of their friend Mike Meldman, who is a property developer.

After four years, Diageo purchased the company for a whopping $1 billion, with Clooney and Gerber being allowed to retain active positions in the company.

Casamigos Tequilla Price List 2022

TypeSize PriceABV
Casamigos Anejo750ml$50.09-$68.9940%
1L$59.99-$79.99
1.75L$99.99-$119.99
Casamigos Reposado750ml$44.99-$63.9940%
1L$63.99-$74.99
1.75L$99.99-$129.94
Casamigos Blanco750ml$40.99-$57.4940%
1L$49.99-$69.99
1.75L$80.99-$126.49
Casamigos Mezcal Joven750ml$51.99-$71.9940%

The Variants

Casamigos Tequila is concocted from pure Blue Weber agaves that are roasted for 72 hours in brick ovens. After this, the liquor is fermented for 80 hours until it reaches its refined and one-of-a-kind taste.

It’s most popular variants are Blanco and Reposado, but there is a third one which is called Añejo.

  • Casamigos Reposado

Reposado is the type of tequila that you’d want to sip straight. Compared to other Casamigo variants, you can taste more combinations of flavor in this with stronger notes of the sweet and spiced barrel. Additional tastes include smoked peanut shells with notes of vanilla maple.

Ready your nose with the creamy scent of vanilla, corn, and a little bit of powdered sugar. Its color is pale gold. The ABV is 40% and aged for 7 months.

  • Casamigos Blanco

If you prefer drinking light, you can definitely love Casamigos Blanco. This makes it perfect for different cocktails. Unlike Reposado, Blanco appears colorless, but its aroma and taste won’t disappoint you. Its ABV is also 40% but aged less at two months.

Upon uncapping, be welcomed by pleasant alcohol vapors which will be followed by the hint of eucalyptus, lime zest, fennel, freshly cut grass, and black pepper. In terms of taste, Blanco has a slight oil texture with herbal hints.

It gradually shifts to notes of pepper, which makes it a bit spicy. But towards the end, it has a strong sweet and citrusy taste that wipes away the spice.

  • Casamigos Añejo

If you feel that the Reposado’s many flavor combinations are too much for you, you can find relief in Casamigos Añejo. The prolonged aging in oak barrels makes this possible and improves its taste for some who prefer a substitute to their whiskey.

Its color in the bottle is a somewhat pale rose. Its ABV is the same as the other two variants at 40%, but Añejo is aged much longer, for 14 months in American oak barrels.

When it comes to aroma, Añejo is considered the best among Casamigos’ three variants in terms of richness. There is less of the agave notes and more of the sweetness of honey, with hints of tobacco, vanilla, and orange creamsicle. The taste is also very different in the sense that it’s almost similar to scotch, again, with its sweet tobacco and vanilla taste.


Serving Suggestions

On the rocks, by the shot, and at times, straight from the bottle, any way you want to take it. However, this tequila is meant to be taken slowly, even without mixing anything with it.

However, regardless of whether it tastes good on its own, Casamigos is also a great addition to different popular cocktails and mixes. Some of these are the following:

Casamigos Margarita

Ingredients:

  • 2 oz. Casamigos Blanco Tequila
  • 1 oz. fresh lime juice
  • 1/4 oz. fresh orange juice
  • 1/2 oz. agave nectar
  • 1/2 oz. orange liqueur

Instructions:

  1. In a shaker, mix all the ingredients.
  2. Add ice and shake for about 10 seconds.
  3. Strain into a glass with ice.
  4. Garnish with a lime wheel on a skewer.

Añejo New Fashioned

Ingredients:

  • 2 oz. Casamigos Añejo Tequila
  • 1/4 oz. agave nectar
  • 2 dashes orange bitters
  • 2 dashes angostura bitters

Instructions:

  1. In a glass, mix all the ingredients.
  2. Add ice and shake for about 30-40 seconds.
  3. Strain into a glass with 1 large ice cube.
  4. Garnish with Luxardo cherry on a skewer and wrapped by orange peel.

Casamigos Paloma

Ingredients:

  • 2 oz. Casamigos Reposado Tequila
  • 3/4 oz. fresh grapefruit juice
  • 1/2 oz. fresh lime juice
  • 1/4 oz. agave nectar
  • Grapefruit soda

Instructions:

  1. In a shaker, mix all the ingredients.
  2. Add ice and shake for about 10 seconds.
  3. Strain into a glass with ice.
  4. Splash with grapefruit soda.
  5. Garnish with a grapefruit wheel.